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Savory Latin-Fused Sushi
Sushiritto San Francisco Makes Burrito Style Rolls


By: Vivian Lau (Star) Aug 27, 12
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The Sushiritto restaurant in San Francisco has been met with incredible success—in fact, it just opened up a second store in downtown San Fran alongside its SoMa location.

Melding savory Latin tastes with the clean and crisp taste of fresh sushi, Sushiritto is introducing those who are not so fish-friendly to the Asian delicacy in an entirely new way. At first glance, the concept may seem redundant as the burritos may seem exactly like a regular sushi handroll, only bigger. However, as you read the menu, you find that it boasts unique fillings like pork belly, swiss cheese, tuna picante, mushrooms and Sriracha aioli—all ingredients you would never find on your typical ‘maki’ platter.

The next time you’re in a quandary over what type of cuisine to eat, check out Sushiritto for the best of both worlds.



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